This fall Street Law will complete a democracy renewal campaign in Ukrainian classrooms.
Not many students can say that they have also been teachers, but that’s exactly what 11th grade students had the opportunity to become when they sat down for a recent listening session with Baltimore County law enforcement officers.
With the support of the Anthem Foundation, we're expanding our Legal Life Skills Program to bring practical legal education to people most vulnerable to racism and injustice with six brand-new sites in Washington D.C, Atlanta, and Los Angeles!
To understand the impact of our newest Legal Life Skills program, we asked volunteers the same question, "Why is volunteering with Street Law important to you?"
In this Q & A article, Street Law sits down with Jim Duff, the new Executive Director of the Supreme Court Historical Society to discuss the SCOTUS, civic education, and the future of our decades-long partnership.
Leveraging nearly 50 years of experience developing school-based programs in partnership with the legal community, Street Law has joined forces with the General Motors’ law department and the Detroit Public Schools Community District.
We asked dozens of ambassadors, teachers, students, corporate leaders, academicians, legal experts, & other thought leaders across the country the same question: "What does the rule of law mean to YOU?"
Street Law, Inc. is the recipient of the 2021 Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics Award from the Annenberg Public Policy Center. The award will fund developing a curriculum for middle and high school students on the rule of law in the United States.
In just three short years, Street Law has expanded our work in Uzbekistan from a single program to multiple program sites across the country.
Street Law, Inc. is exited to announce that today, alongside the BRICK Education Network and the Verizon Foundation, we are launching a new Legal Life Skills program in Marion P. Thomas Charter High School of Culinary and Performance Arts in Newark, New Jersey.